Why do we even bishop?
The Wichita Eagle has posted a music video of “Weird Al” Yankovic’s “Word Crimes” sung to the tune of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” for the grammarian in all of us. h/t @GrammarMonkeys nkovic-parodies-edrylink=cp
Alberta was in the news recently when a doctor refused to prescribe birth control pills to her patients and now one of Alberta’s schools, McNally High School, is in the news for outsourcing their Career and Life Management course to Pregnancy Care Centre, a group linked to an American anti-abortion group, Care-Net. … Continue reading
Canadian Michele Ketzmerick’s book, I Married an Atheist . . . Thank God!, has a catchy title and deals with a serious subject: When Michele found herself facing the possibility of a life-threatening medical diagnosis, she suddenly realized that, for someone with a supposedly sturdy faith, she was terrified of … Continue reading
UPDATE: If the highlighted link at “Complete a brief online survey concerning the current policy” results in the message “Thanks for completing this survey,” it’s because I already completed the survey. Go to http://policyconsult.cpso.on.ca/?page_id=3403 to access the survey. This year, physicians in Ottawa and Calgary have been in the news … Continue reading
Just over a week ago, I posted a story about how 9 year old Selaena had sung her version of O Canada that replaced “God” with “please”, on Canada Day and in so doing experienced an unexpected backlash from believers. There were a lot of passionate responses to the article both on this … Continue reading
Here is a funny image we Canadians can enjoy! I love the maple syrup. Every time I travel abroad, some official jokingly asks if I have any maple syrup with me.
An invitation from Join the Centre for Inquiry Halifax as we take a two-hour guided tour of the Joggins Fossil Cliffs, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, followed by an overnight group camp at the Five Islands Provincial Park campground. The Joggins cliffs contain a rich fossil bed, where the tide … Continue reading
Some of you are probably familiar with this already, but I finally had some time to watch the whole thing, the main lecture lasts about 50 mins, the interesting stuff starting at about 28 minutes in… It is not the be all and end all, of course, but I found … Continue reading
Reproductive Justice New Brunswick (RJNB) is a collective of individuals from across New Brunswick dedicated to ensuring publicly funded and self-referred abortion is available in the province. Due to lack of government funding, the Morgentaler clinic is forced to close on July 18th, 2014 Please sign the petition to the … Continue reading